A man was found stabbed near Koval Lane and Flamingo Road on Jan. 28.
Investigators continue to search for Stephen Paddock’s motive; Trace Gallagher reports from Los Angeles.
Las Vegas police say one suspect is ‘down’ after shooting at country music festival that has left at least two people dead and dozens wounded. Authorities don’t believe there are any more shooters. (Oct. 2)
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Authorities say a disbarred Las Vegas lawyer scammed people into investing in a fake pot dispensary.
Easton K. Harris and his childhood friend were indicted after at least three people were scammed.
In total, the pair collected about $166,000 from their duped investors.
An investigation revealed none of the money invested was used to create the company.
Instead, the funds were used for other expenses, including a trip to Belize.
Harris and Jonathan Peirsol face four counts of theft.
Peirsol is in federal custody, where he remains for a separate case. Harris is still wanted.
Around 4 a.m. on July 29th, three men armed with crowbars broke into Blackjack Collective Medical Marijuana Dispensary, while one waited in a red sedan. One man was arrested near the dispensary, while two were arrested near Interstate 15 and West Sahara Avenue.
The fourth was caught at a traffic stop in downtown Las Vegas, where the stolen property was recovered. Officer Lazar Siroyan fired one round from a personal shotgun at one of the men, but missed. Nobody was injured. Officer Siroyan has been placed on administrative leave as the Las Vegas Metro Police Department investigates the incident. Gabriella Angotti-Jones/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Realtors in Las Vegas are trying to protect themselves against squatters by carrying guns.
A homeless man was stabbed in the parking lot of a McDonald’s.
Las Vegas police are looking for the person who shot a man near Fremont Street and Las Vegas Boulevard at about 5:27 a.m. June 25.
Las Vegas police are looking for a man who reportedly sexually assaulted a person after knocking them unconscious on May 5 in a parking lot in the 2500 block of North Jones Boulevard.
Aramazd Andressian, the man accused of killing his 5-year-old son after a trip to Disneyland, appeared in a Las Vegas courtroom this morning. He told a judge that he would not fight extradition to California to face charges.